St Josephs College Division of General Studies - Achievements Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)

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' if 5,149 X """4-1 o r. "Q ., F is sw-- IM C. .. u ACHIEVEMENTS 1983 'S ,Frm-r-1-RIS Saint Ioseph's College Division of General Studies Brooklyn Campus Y Sk:-A Zi.. vw.. b .tammy 41 5. ,. . W "' Fun:-3 1 N .M- .JP "' A . ,,.. new-'Lf l ,. - W - I -5' ' W' ' 'lf' THE DOORS TO ACHIEVEMENT X W We pay tribute to you, the graduating class of 1983. The achievement of your Bachelor of Science degree from the Division of General Studies, a notable achievement in itself, is especially impressive since it was pursued by so many of you while meeting the demands of full-time professional careers, and often, of family life. We celebrate your intellect, energy, and pursuit of excellence. We only hope that your new degree will open many doors to achievement in the years to come. The members of the adnzinistration, faculty, and staff ofthe Division 0fGene'raI Studies fea- 1 ?3 ilk 1 , S af G kc. A' r Sister George Aquin OICOHIWOF, CSI., President ........-ar- W 29.52 ,f I 1 Sister Mary Florence Burns, C.S.j. , Acndmzir Vice President 111111 DUNN Thomas G. Travis Demi, Division OfG6l16l'l1l Studies an SAINT lDSEPH'S CGLLEGE DIVISION OF GENERAL STUDIES May 1983 To the Graduates ot 1983, Graduation is your time for reflection and celebration. It is an opportunity for you to pause, to take a moment to look back on what has transpired in your life since you entered St. loseph's. In doing this, you will be measuring yourself against what you were, identifying the ways you have gained confidence, independence, and knowledge. You will also, no doubt, think of those who helped you reach your goal-your family, friends, and teachers. It won't take much reflection to recall the tremendous amount of time and energy you have devoted to earning your bachelor's degree. You have worked hard and you have sacrificed, and for this you have reason to celebrate. A special cause for celebration this year is Aclzievements, the very first General Studies yearbook. Born of suggestions from students and faculty members of the Division Advisory Council, the yearbook became a reality under the able and creative direction of Daniel Beni, with assistance from Eileen Mullen. So as we turn the pages of this book, which brings to us so many warm memories, we should thank those who made it possible, including you, the Graduating Class of 1983. Sincerely, X W fig? O Thomas G. Travis, Dean 245 CLINTON AVENUE. BROOKLYN, NY 11205 155 ROE BOULEVARD. PATCHOGUE. NY 11772 C2121 622-4690 C5163 654-5711 DIVISION .-.M-qs -- , ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF 1982-83 Thomas G. Travis Dean, Division of General Studies Eileen Mullen Assistant to the Dean Edna Moshette Assistant to the Dean for Academic Advisement Lucille Amedun Associate Registrar Mary Ellen Andriano Ramon Echevarna Mayra Garcia Casilda Guilliani Ruby Jung Barbara Janusz Assistant to the Associate Registrar Cruz Sanchez Assistant to the Associate Registrar Suzanne Trappier Adnzissions Counselor Cynthia Ferguson Administrative Assistant Sadie McMillan Yvette Ramirez Patricia Riley Eleanor Uniszkiewicz Gracie Williams Wanda Luces Jane Yano FACULTY 1982-83 Juana Alland Preceptor in Community Health Herbert Altman Lecturer in General Studies Lucille Ameduri Lecturer in General Studies S. Jean Marie Amore Professor of Child Study Daniel Beni Preceptor in Heal th Administration Angelo Berardi Preceptor in General Studies Judith Berezin Lecturer in General Studies John Boume Lecturer in Business Lorraine Boykin Lecturer in Health Administration Caesar Branchini Lecturer in Coninnmity Health Clifford Brathwaite Preceptor in Health Administration Victor Brown Preceptor in Health Administration Felice Burns Lecturer in Community Health Rupert Campbell Coordinator of Managemen t, Preceptor in Business Reinaldo Cardona Lecturer in Health Administration Jose Cartagena Lecturer in Community Health Joan Colgan Lecturer in Speech Mary L. Creedon Lecturer in Health Administration Arthur D'Antonio Lecturer in Health Administration Barbara Delaney Preceptor in Community Health Annette Dubiel Assistant Professor of Child Study Marguerite Durkin Preceptor in General Studies John Edwards Lecturer in Community Health Gerard Gannon Preceptor in Community Health Hayward Gill Preceptor in Community Health Andrea Greenberg Preceptor in Community Health Jerome Grudzien Lecturer in Business Crystal Harris Preceptor in Community Health Gary Helfand Preceptor in Health Administration Bruce Henry Lecturer in Early Childhood Education Mary Hogue Lecturer in General Studies Thomas Horan Lecturer in Business Yvonne Jackson-Greatheart Preceptor in Health Administration Anne Jordheim Chairperson, Community Health Department, Preceptor Judith Keeperman-Rosenthal Lecturer in Early Childlzood Education Suzanne Krase Preceptor in Community Health Miles Kucker Preceptor in Health Administration Leslie Leach Lecturer in Health Administration S. Kathleen Loughlin Assistant Professor of English Marco Mason Lecturer in Health Administration Anne McBrearty Instructor in Child Study Virginia Mosca Lecturer in General Studies Edna Moshette Preceptor in Community Health Randi Moskowitz Lecturer in Community Health Eileen Mullen Lecturer in General Studies Joseph Murphy Preceptor in Community Health Gladys Ramos Lecturer in Health Administration Dorothy Robinson Lecturer in Health Administration Maude E. Robinson Preceptor in Community Health Margaret Rookard Preceptor in Healtlz Administration Carlos Russell Lecturer in Health Administration Barbara Schork Preceptor in Community Health Hugh Snow Lecturer in Health Administration James A. Stackpole Preceptor in Community Health Sylvia Storch Preceptor in General Studies Anthony Summers Preceptor in Health Administration Robertei Titus Preceptor in Health Administration Thomas G. Travis Preceptor in General Studies S. Virginia Walsh Lecturer in General Studies Gloria White-Harris Preceptor in Healtlz Administration GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1983 ,,,.. 'Ulu 55- Alda Abramson Ajekemi Adegbola Hannah Agahiu We FN Enid Aird Mariamma Alexander Dolpliy Armstrong L.'X x, Ebere Azuaru Lileith Baker Mireille Bastien Larry Bradley Audrey Bridgeman Eleanor Bunyan Eula Byfield Carmen Cabrera Yvonne Canada A . ' L Crystal Harris, Preceptor in Community Health, helps students acquire research skills. 8 Qi- uhh...- Dorret Chambers gps- f' bn d, loan Cimino ' -v-KS kv 2' , H' if in-4' . Pat Hazelwood, Lecturer in Communitv , HefH1ln3Cl3XtOI1 Health, compliments a student on her WEH41 COlllI1S presentation, J' ?'Yi Velma Coppin l Virginia Copeland Omana Daniel 1 ' V' Winter scene, St. joseph's College 73 I-Iazeley Davidson Dorothy Davis Jacqueline Davis 10 "Uh Pg Rica de Guzman Doris DeS0uza Ioan Delande l , Harris Dogan .Q . I 5 up-. 4 . wilt gli? X5 X Effit' A ,. ixtxwwl " iixumxmwi ' 'H 1 1 IOS9pl'1 DufrE1i11Q A student ponders a question. .af '97 , Ns wif geo' K.Jj 'il l Michele Dupont Maureen Duverney Rebecca Edili af nun Edna Moshette, Assistant to the Dean and Preceptor in Community Health, clarifies a point about the aging process. Yi as CGISOI1 Elliott Esther Esan Oduore Etuwewe 12 ii. FFL 3.2 , Yvonne Evans Kathleen Franklin rn5 47 x- ' Claudette? Gemiain Millicent Gillespie V.. t . Q ns' Rig! ' I !f'Vu- VV' nv VE. c n,.,f4 ig' -c . ,V 5 . Q -95' . A .Ian Q' vwhi " ..f' 5 2 .vx"'N vi . .. 51. .3 4 1, '.4Jl w,,1 QP.. yi ,X . ..u'. Daniel Hem, Vrecvptur ID Health Adminis- tration and nlrl11i1'r'ir1r'r1fs coordinator ips' 'X T7 Q Erol Green Agnes Harder "Wx Zilpha Harris 13 '9- I"-' Q- N.. Annette Hurley "Us XA'-v Fay jackson Cs -. Minnie jackson Mariamma jacob Ethlyn james Randolph james 55? Bevolin jarrett 14 'vs Barbara johnson-Gordon 51. Mariamma jose Q , The Division Advisory Council meets to act on student recommendations. s""H ,.-...S 15 S PCN 1 ui is-A Eliamma joseph Mary Joyner Aldit Kelly I x x Receptionist Sadie McMillan answers a question about the graduation ceremony. , 1 'Fur' 'W-SL '-. 'E 'N-L' Cf' Hyun Sook Kim Mary Koshy A110 LHLIFGHHO 16 ifvfiplf F 'S' f'1"y,-2-7. lit., me l. College 1 sl., H - ...Na th. , ,la ...,.. R.. Y ,.- : 1: f, ALLJE OUR GRADUATES SPEAK ABOUT THE GENERAL STUDIES PROGRAM "My degree in Community Health enabled me to deal with problems my patients encounter as they leave the hospital setting." "I have a broader view of the Health Field." "Obtaining a B.S. at St. Ioseph's helped me to further my education. I continued on to gain my Master's in Public Administration." "I believe it helped me considerably more so in coping with the behavior patterns ofthe aged whom I now serve." "Gave me adequate assurance and support in my work and socially." "St. Ioseph's was very thorough and realistic in the ways of the business world and management." "I was promoted from Staff Nurse to Head Nurse, to Supervisor of Nursing, and to Director of Staff Education." "A degree in Health Administration gave me the background necessary for an administrative position." Fl Wilma Lawrence Kyung Lee Estelle Lowe A9 vm Annie Lykes Rachael Marston Mariamma Mathai l -QL Achukutty Mathew Phyllis McDonald Renee McFarlane Elsie Mcflillvery Betty McLean Morgie McNair 18 iQ " ?Hl 1 'US Kathrine Methikalam Heather Moses Laura Napolitano 1 'TU' l Maude Robinson, Preceptor in Community Health, makes a suggestion about a studcnt'5 Outline. V-l Dean Thomas Travis leads his Critical Thinking students in a discussion. Anna Ogbebor 20 Wuraola Ojewale-Omisore Felicia Olagbegi POSITIONS HELD BY GENERAL STUDIES GRADUATES General Studies graduates continue to achieve careers of significant scope and responsibility. They are employed in a variety of health care and other client service settings. Positions held by our graduates include . . . Ambulatory Services Administrator Assistant Director tNursing, Field Operations! Clinical Care Coordinator Director of Education Facilities Engineer Hospice Program Specialist Inservice Nursing Instructor Manager of Medical Records Mental Health Counselor Police Officer Psychiatric Social Worker Staff Programmer!Ana1yst Treatment Team Leader Utilization Review Assistant QI' L.: ,M '!"r-- f l X l Robertha Ottley Clmroon Paeplmnich Oleavis Bell Park 13- 'X Helen Perry is Ilenliifer PMGTS Sister Kathleen Loughlin, Assistant Professor of English, stops on her way 22 to her Eng, 103 class. V Lucina Peters is Marie Rego Vs Gu... Eloise Phoenix Carmen Prophete 1 W W X-qi IX Iaria Raigoba Ca rmen Rivera Anne jnrdheim, Chairperson ofthe Community Health Department, summarizes .1 key point. 43 .K .-5' Associate Registrar Lucille Ameduri's door is always open. Ronqmqig Rgaqhfgrd ,QQ 4. . L 'E' Hopelin Robinson Claudette Robinson Aleyamma Samuel 5 as ,Q 'ja ,N Louise Sanders 24 Priscilla Simmons Ruth Simpson Q V DIVISION SCENES Hlbhllghts ot thy CQnQr1lStL1d1Ls gI'dC1Ll1tlOI1 trom lwt x Q 11 sa! K The Processional A proud graduate and her family Students receiw the academic hood. MORE GRADUATES SPEAK ABOUT THE GENERAL STUDIES PROGRAM "St. Ioseph's broadened my options within the nursing administrative field It gave me an overview of health care management and a broad under- standing of Community Health, its direction, its problems, its needs." "My degree helped me in two ways: Q15 gave me credentials to enter graduate schoolp C21 expanded skills and knowledge for my position as an Emergency Department nurse." "I was able to obtain my position as an RN in infection control." "I was promoted from Head Nurse to Insurance Manager Instructor! Supervisor." "I was able to gain a position as Utilization Review Coordinator." "Prepared me for a Head Nurse position and enhanced my ability for continued education." "Helped me to obtain a position as a teacher of Medical Assistants." "I have been able to provide outreach programs that I was exposed to from my classwork. " "I obtained a Nursing Supervisor position." 42' in--t . VX Carolyn Smith Knightly Smith Lauretta Sohers 5:1 f - fg- A class reacts to a film. Ethcline Solomon Pamela Stewart Edith Stradford 4 4119 Marcia Tavmes-Fostel' Ioan Thompson ' 1-+ .r-5 V 1-v -- vu-I 28 Fi 4-Q f '-M YQ , an . xy x -4 General Studies Monday staff meeting Thelma Torres Mary Ann Trapp Suzanne 'Happier ,fi QA N.-Q S-Q' lil -mf..-X if Sumathi Venugopal Kruewan Vorasarn Waveny Wallace Graqe Wc1fkiI1S Dr. Travis at work VN. Ghi- Bemard Wheatley Y, . ,K ,,t 05' Esmee White Eugenia Whitmire Norma Wollaston 30 SOME GRADUATE SCHOOLS ATTENDED BY GENERAL STUDIES GRADUATES Adelphi University Baruch College Brooklyn College C. W. 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